Any Aircraft Maintenance Engineers / A&Ps / Aircraft Technicians here?
I'm just a new recipient of an ICD and a having difficulty getting any detail about possible interfaces around heavy jet aircraft. I'm not planned to return to work for another 10 weeks or so, but am looking to see if there are any other AMEs, LAMEs, A&Ps etc in the club. Even the manufacturer Medtronic, admits they have very little detail about my work environment and effects it may have on the device. I asked about aircraft engine Generators, IDGs, VFSGs, TRUs, ATRUs, Static Inverters, High Power Conversion units, Transceivers and Receivers (Nav,Comm, VHF, HF, ATC, TCAS, LRRA, GPS, SATCOM Weather Radar), being near any of the antennas during receive or transmit times. 90 and 120 KVA GPUs. APUs and their Generators. Many of these items are up close and personal while in use.
Kinda, need to know before returning to work. For those who might be able to help, I'm talking about B737 right through to B787, and Airbus A320 right through to A350. So talking about both older radio and Nav Transceivers and antennas, as well as older 115VAC 400Htz and newer 230VAC variable frequency generation and well as their high power AC/DC and DC/AC conversions.
Any thoughts appreciated or other resources that you may know of.
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